Congratulations to the staff, students and parents of Pine Trails Elementary in Allegan, Sycamore Elementary in Hopkins, Cooper Elementary in Plainwell, and R.J. Steeby Elementary in Wayland.
Students in Allegan County will be able to attain a Pre-Apprentice/Certificate from Lake Michigan College in Machine Tool Technology.
The Allegan Chamber of Commerce has named Allegan Area Educational Service Agency Superintendent Mark Dobias the Education Professional of the Year for 2015.
At Monday's meeting the AAESA Board of Education passed a resolution against School Aid Fund transfer to higher education and in support of Proposal 1.
Demand for Certified Nurse Aides is skyrocketing and Lake Michigan College’s Workforce Training Institute is trying to prepare graduates to keep up with local job growth.
Early College/Allegan County (ECAC) is set to start this fall with up to 50 students.
Travel back to the 1750’s with the French Voyagers at Hillside Learning and Behavior Center in Allegan. A French Fur Trader encampment will be set up in the grass behind the school on Friday, August 8.
As part of the Michigan College Access Network statewide initiative, the Allegan County Area Technical & Education Center hosted Decision Day on Thursday, May 8.
The Allegan County Area Technical and Education Center's Health Care Science Foundations program was one of only 12 statewide Career & Technical Education programs chosen to present at the CTE Showcase at the Capitol building in Lansing on Wednesday April 23.